Dear Nurses

Tuesday, October 27, 2009

CLINICAL INFORMATION FOR NURSES

Dear nurses,
Just to let you know, there is plenty of Clinical Information
for Nurses on the following sites, just click on the links below:

www.dearnurses.com


www.dearnurse.net

enjoy learning.

CARE PLAN-WHAT IS IT?


Hi guys,

Hope your week is going well. Do you understand
how to organize the Care Plan?
Learn more by clicking on the link:
and enjoy learning.

Thursday, October 22, 2009

NURSING DIAGNOSIS AND CARE PLANNING

Dear nurses,

Are you having difficulty with the Care Plan?
Topics include:
Nursing Diagnosis, Assessment and Intervention
Plan of Care
Post- Op Patient Care from PACU to the Surgical Floor
Fall Prevention
Anticoagulation Therapy
Please click on the link:
Sessions 26 ( Nursing Diagnosis and Care Planning).
and enjoy learning more.

HEY NURSE, DID YOU TAKE CARE OF THE CARE PLAN?

Dear nurses,

Do you understand how to implement the Plan of Care ?
Please learn more about this topic, by clicking on the link:
Sessions 26 (Nursing Diagnosis and Care Planning).

INFECTION CONTROL

The Nurse Educator has an important job to do.
Nurses are kept informed about such topics as Infection Control.
The Clinical Setting Chapter 20, dearnurses.net. Enjoy learning.

BRUDZINSKI'S AND KERNIG'S SIGNS

Brudzinski's and Kernig's signs may occur in the patient who has
Meningitis or a Subarachnoid Hemorrhage. To learn more about
these topics, simply click on the link: Sessions 23
and enjoy learning.

PHYSICAL THERAPY IN THE CLINICAL SETTING

Dear nurses,

Many patients may require Physical Therapy/ Occupational
Therapy following an injury like a stroke, car accident,
amputation or surgical intervention.
To learn more about the purpose that Therapy serves in the
Clinical Setting, simply click on the link:
http://www.dearnurses.net/the_clinical_setting_step_by_step
( Chapter 20) and enjoy learning more.

Saturday, October 17, 2009

SIMPLIFYING MATERNAL NURSING


Dear nurses,

Hope you had a good week. I just wanted to share with you
helpful information on Maternal Nursing. Learning is easy
and there are many bold illustrations to enhance learning.
So, just click on the link:

FETAL DEVELOPMENT


Dear nurses,

How much do you understand about fetal development?
I would like to let you know that helpful information on
this topic has just been published. Simply click on the link:
and enjoy learning.

FALL BEAUTIFUL FALL


Dear nurses,
This fall scene is just for you. So, enjoy it and also reading the rest of my blog.

Sunday, October 11, 2009

DIPLOPIA, WHAT IS IT?

Dear nurses,
Do you know what diplopia is? Well, it simply means double vision.
Causes of diplopia :
- head injury, a brain tumor
- alcohol intoxication
- drugs like Dilantin
- cranial nerve injury and more.
Learn more, by clicking on the link:
( Chapter 17).
Have a good week.

Wednesday, October 07, 2009

WHAT IS CEREBRAL EDEMA

Dear nurses,
Are you familiar with what causes cerebral edema ? Cerebral edema
( swelling on the brain) may have many causes, these include:
- brain trauma, subdural hematoma
- high altitude
- brain tumors
- hypernatremia
Symptoms include: headache, light-headedness, mental confusion,
nausea and fatigue.
Treatment is directed at correcting the cause.
Learn more about electrolyte imbalances by clicking on the link: